Search: USA,Ukraine (94 materials)

 

A Ukraine Link to North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Programs Development

... were accredited to the DPRK's trade representative office in Minsk. Both were sentenced in May 2012 to terms of imprisonment in Ukraine of eight years. “Yuzhnoe” and Yuzhmash Production Association (hereinafter – “Yuzhmash”) [ 5 ] promptly responded ... ... sent a “targeted” letter to some members of the Panel of Experts (not surprisingly, among them were representatives of the USA, the UK, France, the Republic of Korea and Japan). The Mission urged to conduct “a fair and a balanced” review of the ...

18.06.2020

Sanctions Against Russia: A Look Into 2020

... individual companies and projects. The risk of new sanctions stems from a series of political factors: the Ukrainian crisis and conflict in Donbass, the U.S. elections and the alleged meddling, the developments in the Middle East, etc. — Regarding Ukraine, the crisis has noticeably stabilized. However, we should not expect any significant breakthroughs in terms of compliance with the Minsk Agreements in the coming year. The stabilization of the situation in Donbass significantly decreases the risk ...

22.05.2020

Five Reasons Why It’s Time to #RecognizeСrimea

... have to be the case. Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) Twelve Steps Toward Greater Security in Ukraine and the Euro-Atlantic Region Reason # 5: Policy Should Be Based on Reality Last year, United States Secretary of State,... ... “The Trump administration sees the world as it is, not as we wish it would be. Basing policy on reality, we recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital [and] Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.” Unfortunately, this embrace of reality only ...

11.03.2020

Impeachment & Intervention: Where American Foreign Policy Goes Wrong

... what’s notable is that Democrats “have failed to allege a violation of established law, i.e. a ‘crime’ or ‘misdemeanor.’ Such an allegation has been present in every other impeachment in history, but not here.” Nonetheless, foreign aid to Ukraine is at the core of the issue. Specifically, the aid amounted to $391 million of military and medical equipment to assist in their deadlocked civil war that started in 2014 with pro-Russian separatists. Since that time, the U.S. has handed over ...

12.02.2020

Sanctioning the Pipelines: Implications for Russia, the EU and the U.S.

... norm is a part of CAATSA (sec.235) — a Public Law on comprehensive restrictions against Moscow. Since 2014, the Administration has shown a tough stance whilst dealing with Russia and imposed a wide-range of sanctions as a response to the events in Ukraine, supposed election interference and other issues of the U.S.-Russia rivalry agenda. However, executive authorities have not yet implemented sec.235 against Russian pipeline projects, where Nord Stream 2 (NS2) is of paramount importance. One of ...

24.12.2019

Russia’s Comeback Isn’t Stopping With Syria

... geopolitical ambition. The Russian Federation has learned from this. When it travels abroad, it goes for security buffers as in Ukraine, status as in Syria and mostly money elsewhere. There is no grand design, but a lot of opportunity-seeking, based on the ... ... The choice to weaponize internet technologies to influence other countries’ domestic politics, for instance, has provoked accusations from such important partners as Germany and France but failed to advance Russia’s political goals. Regarding elections ...

19.11.2019

Goodbye, U.S. Foreign Policy

... are related to the ambassadorship of Nikki Haley. She is known for desperately defending the U.S. approach on recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, as well as attempting to condemn Hamas, an Islamic fundamentalist militant movement in Gaza. ... ... inconsistent in its policies towards North Korea, the Middle East (predominantly Syria, Turkey and Iran), China, Venezuela, and Ukraine. And this inconsistency doesn’t seem to be a part of a grand strategy defined within the laws of “realpolitik”, ...

13.11.2019

Ukraine-Gate” and Russia

If the Aim of Russian Policy is to Resolve the Donbass Issue by Finding a Compromise Solution, then the Russian Leadership Has no Reason to Rejoice at Ukraine-Gate The significance and possible consequences of Ukraine-Gate unfolding in Washington can be assessed in different ways. The suggestion that Donald Trump is trying to use the “Ukraine card” to drive Democrat Joe Biden out of the 2020 presidential ...

25.10.2019

Disinformation 2020 – US elections, AI, deepfakes, manipulation

... revealing Ms. Clinton’s funding of and colluding with a foreign espionage agent from the UK, Christopher Steele, to create a false narrative on Trump. Evidence also surfaced that Democrats and Hillary Clinton’s team colluded with the then authorities in Ukraine to obtain damaging information on one of the Trump campaign staff, from years before he joined the campaign. Presenting a narrative in such an emotional way that facts lose meaning – The recent grandstanding on the environment, and the primal ...

25.10.2019

Why the United States Should Not Be Arming Ukraine

... intelligence community; however, House Democrats quickly weaponized both the call and complaint with allegations that President Trump had inappropriately extended a quid-pro-quo to President Zelenskiy involving American military aid in exchange for Ukraine’s help in investigating possible wrongdoing by Former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Ivan Timofeev, Samuel Charap: Can Washington and Moscow Agree to Limit Political Interference? Debates on cable news have raged on like ...

18.10.2019
 

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  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
 
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